Lazy Oaf x Manjit Thapp Woven Dress

SKU: fufu2107510431

$65.00

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Weight 100.00 kg
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6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20

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Description

      100% of the profitS made from the SaleS of this TOP will be donated directly to Time to Change, a social moveMent run by charities Mind and Rethink, who are working to reduce stigma and discrimination by changing the way we All think and act about Mental health problems.

      • Oversized Short sleeve DRESS
      • Custom All over print designed by Manjit Thapp
      • Crew neckline
      • Back zip detail with ring puller
      • Made in China
      • Machine washable
      • 100% Cotton
      • Recyclable packaging
      • Recycled woven labels
      • Available in UK 6 – 20
      • Eve wears 8 and is a UK Size 8

      Manjit Thapp is an illustrator from Birmingham. She graduated with a BA in illustration from Camberwell College of Arts. She merges traditional techniques with digital media to create her unique aesthetic. Her illustrations are made up of layered textures and patterns and portrays a conscious focus on equal representation and diversity.

      @manjitthapp

      “I loved tHat one of the themes of the campaign was looking at the link between creativity and Mental health as I could relate to it personally. I also think keePing the conversation going and bringing awareness to Mental health is incredibly important. To express certain feelings in my work I use a lot of imagery and symbols tHat relate to nature and so the illustrations featured in this design are inspired by tHat. I wanted to draw images about feeling ‘blue’ because when I’m feeling this way I often to turn to my art to help me get out of it”